In what could be the casus belli for another war between Israel and Lebanon, the IDF spokespersons unit has cleared for publication that an anti-tank guided missile has just been fired from Lebanon into Israeli territory on Sunday.
The missile landed in the northern town of Avivim which straddles Israel’s border with Lebanon. Although no sirens were sounded a massive explosion was heard and smoke could be seen from the spot of the impact. As of now, no further details have been released on the matter.
Moments ago, an anti-tank missile was fired from Lebanon towards a community in northern Israel. Details to follow. pic.twitter.com/LhkdtwJEGW
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) September 1, 2019
Source: Israel in the News